A young boy eats at his family’s makeshift home in Kobani, Syria, in the buffer zone near the Turkish border. A <web,HREF="http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/02/world/middleeast/syrian-civil-war-2014-deadliest-so-far.html">human rights monitoring group said that in 2014, nearly 18,000 civilians</web> – including 3,500 children – were killed in Syria.human rights monitoring group said that in 2014, nearly 18,000 civilians – including 3,500 children – were killed in Syria." />
A young boy eats at his family’s makeshift home in Kobani, Syria, in the buffer zone near the Turkish border. A <web,HREF="http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/02/world/middleeast/syrian-civil-war-2014-deadliest-so-far.html">human rights monitoring group said that in 2014, nearly 18,000 civilians</web> – including 3,500 children – were killed in Syria. Jake Simkin The Associated Press
A young boy eats at his family’s makeshift home in Kobani, Syria, in the buffer zone near the Turkish border. A <web,HREF="http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/02/world/middleeast/syrian-civil-war-2014-deadliest-so-far.html">human rights monitoring group said that in 2014, nearly 18,000 civilians</web> – including 3,500 children – were killed in Syria. Jake Simkin The Associated Press

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